Presentation "EFT in Action. Road Map to Emotional Healing: An Outline of the Theory and Practice of Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples" with Gulya Diyarova, UK, Director of EFT International School, ICEEFT Cert. EFT therapist and supervisor, MSc Tavistock, UKCP, COSRT Accred., MBACP.
If you’re a qualified psychotherapist, psychologist or counsellor offering individual therapy and thinking of working with couples, this 2-day workshop will be of particular interest to you, and to all practicing clinicians working with couples and families wishing to learn this wonderful model.
Do your clients question if their partners are there for them? Do they wonder about their partners’ accessibility?
You will have a chance to learn and get familiar with EFT – the kindest approach which makes so much sense to therapists and clients alike, and has become a 'Secure Base and Safe Haven' in its own right for many EFT practitioners.
Emotionally Focused Therapy sees emotional closeness, safety and intimacy at the core of a loving and meaningful relationship. When a relationship is in distress we tend to start a habitual 'dance', where one person criticizes and gets angry and the other defends and shuts down. The couple get caught up in this negative dance, and very soon we see the other person as the enemy. EFT helps the partners identify the patterns of blame and distancing, and helps couples to safely connect and become close again. In this excellent introduction to the theory and practice of EFT participants will get a clear sense of what the EFT model is and its well researched effectiveness as a therapeutic approach.
Participants of NEWCOMERS Stream may proceed to the EFT-TRAINED Stream at Preferential rates and participate either in 4 day training or in 2-day Block 1 or Block 2 (on understanding that some material may be at intermediate to advanced level).